3 Ways to Use IT Funds

Many organizations have “use it or lose it” rules, in which unspent allocated funds are forfeited at the end of the budget cycle.

Looking for a few ideas on how to use those remaining year-end funds? Consider these ways to maximize your investment and improve your IT network environment at the same time:

1. Internet Security Services

Invest in internet security measures to ensure that your network environment is protected. Antivirus, web filtering, patch management, email security and help desk services are good investments to reduce system downtime and costs, while keeping your network secure.

2. Backup & Disaster Recovery Solutions

Cloud and co-location services provide quick and efficient ways to extend your IT infrastructure and having the proper disaster recovery solutions in place can save you downtime and expense. By utilizing business continuity solutions, information can be backed up and restored quickly after a breach, allowing for a quicker return to business operations and can save big money in the long run.

3. Consulting

IT consulting services provide outside IT expertise that can work alongside you and your team in planning for the future. Services provided include project consulting and design, risk assessments, hardware replacement and regulatory compliance. Return on investment is high when you consider investing in an IT business consultants' expertise which allows you to achieve business objectives while maximizing capital expenditures.

At the end of the day, time is money. Use available year-end funds to hire IT professionals now so you're ready for the new year. Let ProActive Information Management help you plan your IT future and maximize your investment. Contact us at 804-897-8347.

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